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our fleet

1939's Rolls Royce Wraith Limousine

The Rolls Royce Wraith Limousine with it's elegance, has the benefit of a large sliding sunroof, and rear opening doors for easy access and the best photograph opportunities. It is finished in cream and brown coachwork with dove grey leather interior, large chrome grille, large chrome headlights and side running boards which add to the traditional vintage styling. A rare car and the only one in Cyprus.

 

 

1947's Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith by Hooper & Co

One of the rarest cars in the world. Silver Wraith were made with custom coachwork from Hooper & Co. who made a stylish limousine.

 

 

1965’s Rolls Royce Silver Cloud III

The most beautiful of all Rolls Royce models, the CLASSIC ROLLS ROYCE SILVER CLOUD, has huge presence at 18 feet long, and with its graceful curves it is the classic style of Rolls Royce. It represents everything traditional in a wedding car to make you feel like a Princess and arrive in style, luxury and elegance. The Silver Cloud up to 4 people in truly elegant style, it remains one of the greatest and most timeless of all Rolls Royce's, it pampers its occupants while broadcasting to the world outside that they are people of status, style, affluence and influence.

 

1960’s Jaguar MK II

The 1960 Jaguar 3.4 MK2 is finished in old english brown leather interior, with sporty chrome wheels. Ideally suited either as the brides vehicle, supporting bridesmaids car or sporty 60's classic for the groom & bestman.

 

 

 

1979’s Beauford

Our Beauford vintage style wedding car is a beautiful hand built British automobile. At the front is a long bonnet with flowing wings at either side to give the appearance of a 1930s Style Grand Tourer luxury car. Because of the classic look of this car, has become popular as wedding transport. This eye catching vintage style wedding car is available to you for your special day.

 

 

 

1984’s Panther Kallista

The Kallista replaced the Panther Lima as Panther Car Company's volume model for the 1980s. Unlike the Vauxhall-based Lima, the Kallista used Ford mechanicals, including a range of engines from 1.6 L straight-4 to 2.9 L Cologne V6. The later SsangYong-built models of the 1990s used a 2.3 L engine.